Kanye West Announces 2 New Albums, Including Collaborative LP With Kid Cudi

first_imgKanye West certainly has been busy as of late. The Chicago rapper and producer has been making headlines following the announcement of his upcoming philosophy book called Break The Stimulation—most recently, reactivating his Twitter account to post excerpts for the project. However, today, Kanye West took to Twitter to announce to two other new projects in the pipeline, this time in the form of two upcoming albums.As West noted, he’ll release his eighth full-length studio album on June 1st. Rather than waiting, this solo release will be followed up with a collaborative LP with Kid Cudi called Kids See Ghosts, which will be released the following week on June 8th. Folks have been speculating about West’s forthcoming album for a while now, with the media placing him with Rick Rubin recently, the executive producer for Yeezy’s last two albums. Furthermore, during a vacation with his wife, Kim Kardashian West, in March in Jackson, Wyoming, the couple was reportedly visited by a number of Kanye’s past collaborators, including Kid Cudi, Nas, Travis Scott, King Louie, The-Dream, and producer Mike Dean. Stay tuned for both of West’s upcoming albums in June, and check out his announcement tweets below. [H/T Consequence of Sound]last_img